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Kellie R. Stone

"I make no excuses for my diverse roles as a Rock Your Feminine Type Coach™ and Branding Expert, best-selling author, and crime thriller novelist. Yes, I do still chuckle a bit at the irony. I kick ass as a women’s biz coach by day and kill off vulnerable fiction characters at night. What the hell, it makes for some interesting dreams. I believe that everyone should pursue their passions no matter how out there they seem to be. One of those pure heart-fluttering passions for me has always been writing. Since I did, indeed, chase my dream of being a writer, I've published two non-fiction books in the self-development genre, co-authored an international best seller, and now I'm finally pushing my much-too-old-to-be-in-the-nest novel out the door and into the world. My whole world is empowering and I adore showing others how to live life unfiltered, whether I do that through the written word or my coaching work. I love my job!" ~Kellie R. Stone

What’s Over The Rainbow?

Just felt like posting this... I've never really done a wordless Wednesday, but I guess this qualifies as my first.

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What’s The Most Important Thing In Life?

I can hear strong debate with this loaded question. While some might say that "love" is the most important thing on the planet, I believe there is one thing even more important...

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Am I Beautiful?

I received this in my inbox this morning and had to share it with you "beautiful" women. You WILL find it inspiring and deeply moving at the same time. Please pass it on to every woman you know who could use a kind word, a springboard to her greatness...

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The Life Women Want to Live

I think I'm in good company when I say there is a distinct difference between the life I'm living and the one I want to live. Hear me out...please. I'm not saying that I'm not thankful for who I am and the hand I've been dealt; I'm merely pointing out that we all have passions and dreams that have not been fulfilled. And those powerful visions of a life not realized can really be a driving force to make self-improvements in hopes that the gap gets a little smaller.

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Why Does My Spouse Seem Like a Stranger?

Today, I want to bring you a special article by a Women's Life Link friend, Dr. Bonnie Eaker Weil. Dr. Bonnie is considered one of the top relationship experts in the world. Her list of accomplishments include authoring six books, speaking, coaching, and mentoring countless couples to achieve happy, fulfilling relationships.

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Women’s Creative Journey

I've been brainstorming since the January 1 about how I'm going to define and brand myself as a life coach and counselor to women. To say, "I'm a life coach" is not definitive enough to let the world know who I really am as a coach. One of the things that keeps coming up for me is the fact that I've always been an extremely creative woman.

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How To Eliminate Anxiety

I've recently come across some information that some of you may find useful. The article said that instead of resisting the ominous feelings of panic and anxiety, that you should welcome them...even try to have them. When I first read it I thought it was weird, but when I really thought about it, it made a lot of sense. Read on for details...

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Estrogen Exposure and Breast Cancer

There are a number of studies that have given us clues about the factors contributing to breast cancer. But one of the most significant factors is synthetic hormone replacement therapy (HRT). According to a study published online in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, breast cancer rates for women dropped in tandem with decreased use of HRT. In Canada, between 2002 and 2004, HRT use dropped by 7.8 percent. During that same time, breast cancer rates also fell by 9.6 percent.

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I Am Always Sick, What Is Causing It?

My previous post, Why Am I Always Sick? 5 Culprits You Didn't Consider, has become the most visited article on Women's Life Link. So, I decided to do another one, revealing more elusive health zappers. Being sick, I mean really sick, is unfortunately the state that millions of people are in and, what's more, they are clueless as to what may be causing their problems.

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Success Constipation

Photo by Rays-animelover IntrospectiveSunday I know this is sort of a gross analogy, but I really think it’s the best one for what I want …

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Women’s Metabolism: You Can Increase It!

Hey, Ladies, I have really been trying to increase my metabolism lately with whatever little tricks I can. The forties have brought on some not-so-pleasant side effects for me...abdominal fat and difficulty losing it! Can you relate? If so, here are some tips I found on one of my personal favorite wellness sites, mercola.com. I'm already doing some of them but can certainly try harder. Let me know what you think.

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Women’s Life Change

I've been thinking a lot lately about how a woman really changes throughout her life. I watch my youngest flit around the house in her 2.5 year-old body, full of laughter and energy I only dream of in my more mature state. Then there are my teens. They are full of hope and dreams of their future, waiting for those big events to wash over them and not realizing that they pass too quickly. They don't yet grasp the fact that they are creating their futures with every thought and action of which they presently partake.

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Life Change: One Tip You Need to Hear

As a part of my "Beautiful Woman" interviews I always ask "do you have any regrets?". I believe for most women it's easy to see the "errors of our ways" when it comes to the progression of our lives. However, having regrets means that you would likely change something if you could. I was thinking about how destructive that attitude can be to our life journey. Bottom line: if we changed one thing, we would change everything - even the blessings.

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Top Five Picks for Whole and Happy Living

As I get older (and hopefully wiser) I have come to know how important it is to see and know ourselves as complex beings that require maintenance in all areas in order to thrive and be everything we're meant to be. Over a lifetime, I've learned keys to doing just that (not that I've mastered them all, but at least I try). I'd like to share some of those with you as we approach yet another year and opportunity to make life changes that serve us and our fellow mankind.

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Should I Take My Dreams Seriously?

You wake up in a sweat, terrified by the images from a reoccurring nightmare. The question “what the hell does that mean?” haunts you until eventually the dream and details slip through the cracks of your subconscious mind.

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